53: 1 (Spring 2014)

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Connecticut History
Spring 2014, Vol. 53, No. 1

ARTICLES

Lawrence B. Goodheart, “Changing Legal Culture in the Early Republic: Connecticut, Neonaticide, and the Case of Clarissa Ockry”

Bruce P. Stark, “Universal Suffrage, the “Stand-up Law,” and the Wallingford Election Controversy, 1801-1818

Peter C. Vermilyea, “‘Old Litchfield’s Best Sons:’ One Family’s Civil War Tragedy”

Paul E. Teed, “Idealism and Ambition: Joseph R. Hawley, the 7th Connecticut, and the Battle of Olustee”

and more…see below.

 

 

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Connecticut History
Spring 2014, Vol. 53, No. 1

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Lawrence B. Goodheart, “Changing Legal Culture in the Early Republic: Connecticut, Neonaticide, and the Case of Clarissa Ockry”

Bruce P. Stark, “Universal Suffrage, the “Stand-up Law,” and the Wallingford Election Controversy, 1801-1818

Peter C. Vermilyea, “‘Old Litchfield’s Best Sons:’ One Family’s Civil War Tragedy”

Paul E. Teed, “Idealism and Ambition: Joseph R. Hawley, the 7th Connecticut, and the Battle of Olustee”

RESEARCH NOTES:

Margaret Anne Tockarshwsky, “The Lincoln Oak on the New Haven Green”

Bruce Stave, “The Armenians in Connecticut Oral History Project”

Kendall F. Wiggin, “Connecticut State Library Spotlight”

…Book and Exhibition Reviews also

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